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Categories: People, Regulations
GCLA Readies Three Spring Member Meetings

The Greater California Livery Association will host events in Napa, Los Angeles, and San Diego.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/733792/gcla-readies-three-spring-member-meetings
Categories: People, Regulations
California Limo Operators Hash Out Big Industry Topics

The Greater California Livery Association called its members and leaders together on Aug. 20 in Los Angeles to focus on regulatory moves, limo safety,...

https://www.lctmag.com/photogallery/42614/glca-meeting-gets-heated-over-tnc-classification
Categories: Regulations
GCLA Tracks Measures On TNCs, Emergency Limo Exits

The California group raises $20,000 on the spot while pursuing a wide legislative agenda.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294232/gcla-tracks-measures-on-tncs-emergency-limo-exits
Categories: Regulations
GCLA Readies For Annual Casino Night Fundraiser

The games-n-raffle event helps the trade group fund its lobbying and legislative efforts related to TNCs.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/715583/gcla-readies-for-annual-casino-night-fundraiser
Categories: Regulations

The case serves as a lesson in how limo operators are ultimately held responsible for party bus safety.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294903/operator-who-ran-tumbling-teen-party-bus-heads-to-court
Categories: Regulations

In addition to a new name and a new Uber-like app, the service will repaint its traditional mustard-colored taxis a more vivid lemon.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294253/city-allows-taxis-to-lower-fares-to-compete-with-tncs
Categories: Regulations, Operations
California Stretch Limo Operators Suffer Big Loss

NOV. EDITOR'S COLUMN: A limo retrofit bill is one of the most absurd and unjust spectacles to hit the limousine industry in years.

https://www.lctmag.com/article/42810/california-stretch-limo-operators-suffer-big-loss
Categories: Regulations, Operations
Cannabis Smoking Banned On CA Party Buses

The governor signs a safety measure strongly supported by the Greater California Livery Association.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/735892/cannabis-smoking-banned-on-ca-party-buses
Categories: Vehicles, Regulations

Weekly Round Up: Here are recent developments on limousine and taxi industry efforts to work toward regulatory fairness.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107298/latest-turns-in-the-fight-against-tncs
Categories: Vehicles, Regulations

Most drivers for UberX and Lyft do not have proper permits from LAX to legally make airport pickups and lack commercial insurance.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107162/lax-authorities-ticketing-more-rideshare-drivers
Categories: Regulations

After months of back-and-forth on terms, airport staff believe Uber and Lyft could sign the permit within a couple of weeks.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294347/will-tncs-pick-up-at-san-diego-airport-and-is-it-the-right-plan
Categories: Regulations

TNCs are resorting to driver peer inspection programs, blurring the line between drivers and mechanics.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/293204/who-should-be-qualified-to-inspect-tnc-vehicles
Categories: Regulations
New CA Limo Regulator Gets Industry’s Attention, Admiration

The General is on duty and ready to listen, serve, command. . .  and make sure no one dies on his watch.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/41789/new-ca-limo-regulator-gets-industry-s-attention-admiration
Categories: Regulations
LAX Officials Update Efforts To Better Serve Limo Operators

An update from the airport director sheds some light on challenges for limo operators at the third busiest airport in the U.S.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/43182/lax-operators-learn-about-better-service-at-lax
Categories: Regulations

UPDATE: The CHP will need a few weeks to investigate the multi-car crash to figure out which driver was at fault.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107930/lyft-insurance-policy-likely-to-cover-fatal-accident
Categories: People, Regulations
California Operators Support TNC Drug, Alcohol Testing

The GCLA is urging legislators to heed the warnings of concerned groups and local governments.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/733008/california-operators-support-tnc-driver-drug-alcohol-testing
Categories: Regulations, Operations
Uber Gets Into Serious Street Fightin' With City Government

Two San Francisco agencies have filed legal missives arguing Uber’s lax background checks allow sexual predators to drive.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/722286/uber-in-multiple-street-fights-with-city-government
Categories: Regulations

The bills were introduced by the three Bay Area legislators after a Nov. 13

https://www.lctmag.com/news/711832/tour-bus-safety-bills-advance-in-california-legislature
Categories: Regulations
GCLA Spurs Key Support For Reforming TNC Insurance Rules

A presentation by group leaders lands a critical boost from the state insurance chief on improving insurance coverage of Uber-type services.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107196/gcla-gets-key-support-on-reforming-insurance-rules-for-tncs
Categories: Regulations

The skull-fracturing assault on a San Francisco passenger is the latest in a series of legal, regulatory and operational setbacks for Uber.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107787/hammer-attack-on-rider-caps-a-difficult-week-for-uber
Categories: Regulations, Operations

A double decker-tour bus crashed in San Francisco injuring 20 people had never been inspected by the CHP and was not registered with the CPUC.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/411454/legislators-propose-measure-for-tour-bus-inspections
Categories: Regulations
California Passes Landmark Law To Regulate TNCs

This could set a national industry precedent.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/735556/california-passes-landmark-law-to-regulate-tncs
Categories: Vehicles, Regulations, Operations
Party Buses Drink-In Profits But Come With Expensive Hangovers

APRIL LCT: The high risks of the limo bus market make it difficult for limo operators to manage costs and comply with rules.

https://www.lctmag.com/article/293951/party-bus-operators-drink-in-profits-but-deal-with-heavy-cost-hangovers
Categories: Regulations

The TNC may have to make its case to a jury in a courtroom. A trial is scheduled for June 2016.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/411216/uber-loses-appeal-on-driver-class-action-lawsuit-status
Categories: People, Regulations
Taxi, Limo Groups Unite On Fair TNC Rules, Better Tech

GCLA Expo keynote speaker Michael Fogarty advocates regulatory common sense while urging operators to embrace change.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/410310/taxi-limo-industries-must-change-to-succeed-leader-says
Categories: Regulations
California Limo Group Selects New Officers For 2014

Rich Azzolino will succeed Mark Stewart as president of the GCLA, the largest state limousine association in the U.S.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42984/california-limo-group-selects-new-officers-for-2014
Categories: Regulations, Operations
California Group Joins State Agency For Sting Operation

While efforts were cut short, the enforcement actions provided valuable insights to everyone involved.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/737375/california-group-joins-state-agency-for-sting-operation
Categories: People, Regulations, Operations
GCLA Pushes For Action Against Illegal Operators

The state group’s annual lobbying day at the state Capitol was spent urging lawmakers to release fee-driven funds for more officers.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/728683/gcla-pushes-stronger-enforcement-against-illegal-operators
Categories: Regulations

Lawyers argue over whether the 160,000 Uber drivers in the state can be treated as one class.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/295026/california-courts-one-step-closer-to-uber-ruling
Categories: Regulations
CA Lawmaker Targets Limo Safety In Proposed Bill

The proposed law would require limos to have two rear exit doors in the passenger compartment, and two windows that could be pushed out in the event of a...

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42375/ca-lawmaker-targets-limo-safety-in-proposed-bill
Categories: People, Regulations
High-Profile Limo CEOs To Tackle TNC Topics At Expo

Dawson Rutter, Cheryl Berkman and David Seelinger will discuss and answer questions about all-things Uber and TNCs at big association event.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107746/high-profile-limo-ceos-to-tackle-tnc-topics-at-expo
Categories: People, Regulations

In a vast state with the most limousine operators, association leaders hope the new format attracts more attendees and members.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/713379/gcla-to-try-out-more-local-association-meetings
Categories: Regulations, Operations
Uber To Pay Drivers $20 Million Settlement

The amount is a fraction of what could have been required and its business model of independent contractors stays intact.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/733374/uber-to-pay-drivers-20m-settlement
Categories: Regulations, Operations
Limo Industry Leaders Hail Big Labor Blow To Uber, Lyft

Analysis: A California Supreme Court decision could push more gig contractors into the ranks of paid employees.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/729600/nla-gcla-applaud-major-labor-blow-to-tncs
Categories: Regulations

Limousine operators clearly are not getting their money's worth out of the state fees they pay every year to the regulating agency.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107389/audit-slams-california-s-transportation-safety-enforcement
Categories: Regulations

The employment session, led by attorneys from prestigious firms, is convenient for association members based in Northern California.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42407/gcla-schedules-second-labor-seminar-for-limo-operators
Categories: Vehicles, Regulations

In one instance, an UberX driver put a service dog in the trunk and refused to pull over when the blind passenger realized where his dog was.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107723/uber-sued-for-allegedly-neglecting-blind-riders
Categories: Regulations

The TLPA contends Uber was charging 3.8 times its normal rates during a ferocious rain and windstorm, going against its national policy.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/292850/uber-churns-a-storm-surge-in-san-francisco
Categories: Regulations

Although California regulators are treating rideshare app-based services more like limos, some city council members want to treat them like taxis.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42786/l-a-city-government-tries-to-regulate-uber-sidecar-lyft
Categories: Regulations

The new laws were created after a 2014 accident that killed eight Los Angeles-area students on a trip to visit colleges.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/715082/calif-advances-new-safety-standards-for-charter-buses
Categories: Regulations, Operations
CA Legislators Approve Ban On Cannabis Use On Party Buses

The Assembly passes a measure that if signed into law would mean you couldn't toke up while touring cannabis outlets.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/735589/ca-legislators-approve-ban-on-cannabis-use-on-party-buses
Categories: Regulations

SFO had issued cease and desist letters to several rideshare companies, including Lyft, Sidecar and Uber.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42539/mobile-app-ride-share-drivers-busted-at-san-francisco-airport
Categories: Regulations

The suits, which hope to achieve class-action status, seek to have Uber drivers reclassified as employees.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294496/uber-rocked-with-significant-legal-setbacks
Categories: Regulations

Analysis: Employee laws applied to limousine companies may soon be catching up to Uber to level the playing field.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/294618/california-labor-ruling-could-be-start-of-cost-shift-for-uber
Categories: Regulations
TNCs Cause LAX Traffic To Spike To Record Levels

More passengers want their own vehicle instead of taking public transit, shuttles, or personal vehicles parked off airport property.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/732183/tncs-cause-lax-traffic-to-spike-to-record-levels
Categories: Regulations

The gathering of Southern California operators on Tuesday will cover major topics of industry concern.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42117/gcla-plans-active-agenda-for-san-diego-meeting
Categories: Regulations
Industry Leaders Urge Operators To Beat TNCs, Not Join Them

Safety problems and labor lawsuits could eventually even the competitive and regulatory field among TNCs and limousine services.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/293429/industry-leaders-urge-operators-to-beat-tncs-not-join-them
Categories: Vehicles, Regulations
Uber Operates Without Business License in California City

The company never paid for a license in Santa Monica despite an amnesty period in which they could have dodged most of the penalties.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/42387/uber-operates-without-business-license-in-california-coastal-city
Categories: Technology, Vehicles, Regulations
Could Self-Driving Cars Suffer In California?

Critics argue a new measure could impede city-level experimentation.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/715289/could-self-driving-cars-suffer-in-california
Categories: Technology, Regulations

Uber announced it will roll out to California's vineyard capital and is testing the viability of UberX in the Garden State.

https://www.lctmag.com/news/107160/uber-moves-into-luxe-ca-market-eyes-south-jersey


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